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The Multiple Entry Business Visa (MEBV) to enter Indonesia is back!

The Multiple Entry Business Visa (MEBV) to enter Indonesia is back!

On 23rd September 2022, the Director General of Immigration signed an official circular (see below) advising that the multiple entry business visa (MEBV) was now available again, however, it wasn’t until 23rd November 2022 the visa was available again on immigration systems to apply. The Multiple Entry Business Visa (MEBV) is one of Indonesia’s most

Electronic Visa on Arrival (eVOA) now available for 26 nationalities

Electronic Visa on Arrival (eVOA) now available for 26 nationalities

On 5th November 2022, Indonesian immigration authorities announced that the Visa on Arrival was now possible to obtain online prior to entering Indonesia. The news that the electronic Visa on Arrival (eVOA) is now possible directly to Indonesian authorities is great news for travellers entering Indonesia who can essentially skip the VOA queue when they

The Second Home Visa in Indonesia is officially announced | LetsMoveIndonesia

The Second Home Visa in Indonesia is officially announced

The Directorate General of Immigration at the Law and Human Rights Ministry has officially announced plans to introduce the Second Home Visa policy.   This policy refers to Circular Letter (SE) Number IMI-0740.GR.01.01 of 2022 concerning the Authorizing of Visas and Limited Stay Permits for Second Houses issued on Tuesday (25/10), as reported by Social Expat.

Visa on Arrival now available to prepay before arrival to Indonesia! | LetsMoveIndonesia

Visa on Arrival now available to prepay before arrival to Indonesia!

VFS global announced the news that they are now in partnership with Indonesian immigration authorities to aid in the prepayment of the Visa on Arrival to enter Indonesia. Please note that this is not a government initiative and there is a charge for the assistance. If you are unsure of what the Visa on Arrival

LetsMoveIndonesia is the proud sponsor of Social Expat

LetsMoveIndonesia is the proud sponsor of Social Expat

LetsMoveIndonesia is delighted to share the news that we are the official sponsor of Social Expat, Indonesia’s newest and best expatriate social platform! Social Expat is the most complete expatriate platform in the world and focuses on bringing people together at events in both Jakarta & Bali. Their origin story comes from the need to

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Updated List of Countries for Visa on Arrival

To contribute to accelerating economic growth, the Directorate General of Immigration released Circular Letter Number IMI-0700.GR.01.01 of 2022 on 14th September 2022. This new circular letter revokes or replaces the earlier circular, which was published on the same topic on 26th July 2022. The updated list of Indonesia Visa on Arrival countries is based on

The Single Entry Tourist Visa – Everything you need to know! | LetsMoveIndonesia

The Single Entry Tourist Visa – Everything you need to know!

The Single Entry Tourist Visa, Everything you need to know!  Since the Covid pandemic began, it has changed the way we travel and how we do it. Over the last few years Indonesia has closed and opened its borders multiple times and the most popular visa option during this time has been the Single-Entry Visa.

Immigration authorities announce changes to Single Entry Extensions | LetsMoveIndonesia

Immigration authorities announce changes to Single Entry Extensions

On 9th May Indonesian Immigration authorities released information via their social media channels that there would be changes to single entry visa extensions effective immediately. As reported by LetsMoveIndonesia on 30th April via our social media channels, Indonesian Authorities put a pop up on their website advising that they would be removing the opportunity to

Visa on Arrival – Now available for 60 nationalities

Great news, the Visa on Arrival extends to 60 nationalities commencing 28th April 2022! On 28th April 2022 news was released via the Indonesian Immigration social media portals that the Visa on Arrival (VOA) would be extended to a further 17 countries, making it available for a total of 60 countries. The news was rather unexpected,